What's your view of the response to the US oil spill?
A containment cap on a ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico is now funnelling off 10,000 barrels of oil a day, BP's chief executive Tony Hayward says.
The amount has risen since Saturday, and implies more than half the estimated 12,000 to 19,000 barrels leaking each day is now being captured.
The spill, which has been described as the biggest environmental disaster in US history, began when a drilling rig exploded and sank in April, killing 11 people. At least 12,000 barrels (504,000 gallons) are leaking into the Gulf every day.
What should be the new strategy to stem the oil flow? Are you in the region? What do you think of the response? What does it mean for the future of deep-sea drilling? What lessons can be learned from the crisis?